24 Karat Gold Tour, Ravinia Festival

Stevie rocks Ravinia (Night 2)

On Sunday night, Stevie performed a second show at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, IL.

After starting off the night with “Gold and Braid,” Stevie joked that she thought Ravinia sounded like one of the Seven Kingdoms on Game of Thrones, a reference to the popular HBO series of which Stevie is a big fan. She also dropped a “white witch” reference, asking the audience for a broom so she could fly over to those sitting in the lawn area and sing to them.

Scroll down for photos, videos, set list, reviews, and the Twitter feed from Sunday night’s show.

24 Karat Gold Tour, Ravinia Festival
(Mark Roller)

Set List

  1. Gold and Braid
  2. If Anyone Falls
  3. Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around
  4. Belle Fleur
  5. Gypsy
  6. Wild Heart
  7. Bella Donna
  8. Enchanted
  9. New Orleans
  10. Starshine
  11. Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream)
  12. Stand Back
  13. Crying in the Night
  14. If You Were My Love
  15. Gold Dust Woman
  16. Edge of Seventeen
  17. Rhiannon (encore)
  18. Landslide (encore)

Videos

Much love and thanks to Theresa Barr who shared these videos!

Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around (Theresa Barr)

Stevie Nicks - Stop Dragging My Heart Around: Ravinia, Highland Park, IL, September 10, 2017

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Gypsy (Theresa Barr)

Stevie Nicks - Gypsy: Ravinia, Highland Park, IL, September 10, 2017

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Gold Dust Woman (Theresa Barr)

Stevie Nicks - Gold Dust Woman: Ravinia, Highland Park, IL, September 10, 2017

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Edge of Seventeen (Theresa Barr)

Stevie Nicks - Edge of Seventeen, Ravinia, Highland Park, IL, September 10, 2017

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Rhiannon (Theresa Barr)

Stevie Nicks - Rhiannon: Ravinia, Highland Park, IL, September 10, 2017

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Landslide (Theresa Barr)

Stevie Nicks - Landslide: September 10, 2017, Ravinia, Highland Park, IL

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Much love and thanks to everyone who tweeted about the show!

About Ravinia

Ravinia, North America’s oldest music festival, stands today as its most musically diverse, presenting over 140 different events throughout the summer. These concerts run the gamut from Yo-Yo Ma to John Legend to the annual summer residency of the nation’s finest orchestra, The Chicago Symphony Orchestra.

The 36-acre park is nestled in a gently wooded area that makes it an enchanting place to experience music. Guests can bring their own picnics or eat at one of the park restaurants. Children up to age 15, high school and college students are admitted free to the lawn for classical performances.

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Vintage Video

“Gold and Braid” is a song from the Bella Donna recording sessions. Although it was never recorded for the album, it quickly became a fan favorite. READ MORE.

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Stevie Nicks, Stand Back 1981-2017, compilation

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